Ariana Grande’s latest single “7 Rings” has achieved monumental success since its release earlier this month, smashing streaming records and selling thousands of copies.
To celebrate, the star decided to add a tattoo to her growing collection, having the phrase “7 rings” tattooed in Japanese characters on the palm of her hand.
The singer shared a photo of the inking on her official Japanese Twitter account, showing the characters freshly tattooed on her hand.
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However, fans of the star were quick to point out the tattoo had actually been spelt incorrectly.
The tattoo is made up of two kanji characters: “七”, which means “seven”, and “輪”, which means “hoop”, “circle” or “rings”.
While it may seem as if these two characters would translate to mean “seven rings” when put together, this isn’t actually the case.
“七輪”, as written on Grande’s tattoo, translates to mean “shichirin”.
A shichirin is a lightweight small charcoal grill.
“To be honest with you, I think I’m at the best of my life right now and I really want to enjoy and embrace every moment of it,” Dion declared. “It’s all new. It’s like I’m having a second wind — 50 has been great for me.”
One thing she is enjoying more of is bold fashion choices, a change from the more conservative style she embraced around her manager and husband. Dion and Angélil were married for over 21 years.
“The way that we used to work before was more conservative,” Dion said, saying her looks are not about “trying to take chances” but rather finding outfits that make her “feel attractive.”
“I’m doing this for me. I want to feel strong, beautiful, feminine and sexy,” she said. As for criticism of her style and, recently, her thinner frame, Dion isn’t here for body shamers.
“If I like it, I don’t want to talk about it. Don’t bother. Don’t take a picture,” she fired back. “If you like it, I’ll be there. If you don’t, leave me alone.”
Dion has that same approach for speculation over her rumored new romance. The Grammy-winning songstress has frequently been spotted with a 34-year-old dancer, Pepe Muñoz.
“The press said, ‘Oh my God, Rene just passed and now there’s another man,’” she said. “Yeah, there’s another man in my life but not THE man in my life.”
Dion and Munoz have been photographed together over the past two years all around the world and she says the attention has been “difficult” for him.
“It was probably overwhelming for him at the beginning when we started working together because we were dancing together,” she admitted, coyly adding: “We bonded right away as friends, we had a good time. It evolved.”
The singer said Munoz is with her all the time because he helps style and train her so she is in great shape. “We’re friends, we’re best friends. Of course, we hug and hold hands and go out, so people see that,” she admitted. “I mean, he’s a gentleman. He’s giving me his hand to go out.”
As for whether it angers her that people think she already moved on, Dion replied, “I don’t mind because he’s handsome and he’s my best friend.”
Dion affirmed she is “single,” joking: “By the way, when I say, ‘I am single,’ please, leave me alone. Thanks.”
Gwyneth Paltrow is facing a lawsuit from a Utah doctor who claims the actress crashed into him while skiing in February 2016. Terry Sanderson, the man suing the Oscar-winning actress, alleged Paltrow, 46, “was skiing out of control” at the Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah, in court documents obtained by KUTV, a local news station in Utah. Sanderson is asking for damages in excess of $3.1 million.
A rep for Paltrow tells PEOPLE, “This lawsuit is completely without merit. Anyone who reads the facts will realize that.”
Sanderson described the incident as “a hit-and-run ski crash at Deer Valley, Utah” where Paltrow allegedly “skied out of control and hit” him in the back, adding she “got up, turned and skied away, leaving Sanderson stunned, lying in the snow, seriously injured,” according to his lawsuit. “Gwyneth Paltrow knew it was wrong to slam into Dr. Sanderson’s back, knocking him down, landing on top of him, knocking him out and then leave the scene of the skit crash she caused, but she did it anyway.”
The doctor also claimed a Deer Valley ski instructor, Eric Christiansen, who accompanied the actress, filed a false report alleging Paltrow did not cause the crash. Christiansen, Deer Valley Resort and two unnamed resort employees are also being sued.